THE RESCRIPT AND THE IRISH.
May 29, 1888, Wednesday
Page 4, 748 wordsIt has already been explained that the Papal rescript condemning the plan of campaign and the practice of boycotting is not an utteranee ex cathedra. That is to say, it may be sound, but is not infallible doctrine.
rescript, papal：教宗覆文；聖座答書：乃教宗或有關主管以書面發佈之行政措施，賜予申請者特恩、豁免、釋疑或其它恩惠（法典59）。通常只對詢問或請求人有效。答書言簡意賅，譬如：諾 affirmative，否 negative，不宜 non expedit，特許 pro gratia，欣然准予所請 gaudeat impetrates 等。
Mr. Mann brought incisive characterization and a searing sense of justice to “Judgment at Nuremberg” for which he won an Academy Award for screenwriting.
searing Show phonetics
1 If something, such as a feeling or temperature, is described as searing, it is extreme:
A searing pain shot up her arm.
The race took place in the searing heat.
2 (especially of a criticism or story) very powerful and emotional or critical:
The article is a searing attack on government mismanagement.
Her latest novel is a searing tale of love and hate.
screenwriter Show phonetics
someone who writes the story for a film
- The act of rewriting.
- Something that has been rewritten.
- A formal decree or edict.
- Roman Catholic Church. A response from the pope or another ecclesiastical superior to a question regarding discipline or doctrine.
- A reply from a Roman emperor to a magistrate's query about a point of law.
[Latin rescrīptum, from neuter past participle of rescrībere, to write back : re-, re- + scrībere, to write.]
script was found in the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary at the entries listed below.
きゃくほん 0 【脚本】a script; 《演劇の》a play; 《映画の》a scenario.
・～家 a script-writer; a playwright; a scenarist.